Sarah Saltzer was featured on the March 1 podcast series “My climate Journey” hosed by Jason Jacobs. My Climate Journey is a show devoted to sharing discussions, debates, and stories from the front lines from practitioners trying to solve this complicated climate change puzzle. Link to Podcast
The night Barack Obama claimed victory in the Democratic presidential primaries in 2008, he predicted future generations would look back and say, “This was the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow and our planet began to heal.”
OCT 27, 2020
By Kara Glenwright
Capturing and storing carbon dioxide can significantly help California meet its aggressive goals to combat climate change, according to a joint study that lays out a roadmap for the state and an example for other governments.
California, a state frequently rocked by disasters exacerbated by a warming climate and a leader among U.S. states on actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, has an opportunity to lead the development of carbon capture technologies, a new report concluded.
A threatening question hangs over California's 412,000 oil and gas industry workers: Will their jobs evaporate as the state pursues its path-breaking conversion to carbon-free energy by 2045?
Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) is a critical technology for deep decarbonization of the electricity and industrial sectors. As the 5th largest economy in the world, California is an interesting case study for examining the role that CCUS can play in achieving its ambitious mandate for a zero emission electrical grid by 2045 and goals for economy wide net zero emissions by 2045.
A discussion hosted by the Society of Petroleum Engineers - Oil and gas industry's decarbonization challenge: contributions from CCUS, innovations, and investments.
Nigel Jenvey, Gaffney, Cline & Associates | Gabrielle Walker, Valence Solutions | Mark Zoback, Stanford University | Mark Coalmer, OGCI Climate Investments
The Stanford Center for Carbon Storage hosted a workshop presentation and discussion with Randall H. Breitenbach, Founder, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Bridge Energy LLC, on July 1st, 2020, regarding CO2 emissions of the Brea Olinda oil field in the Los Angeles basin, California.